Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen meets with reporters after an NFL football game iagainst the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022. The Bills won 38-3. (AP Photo/Joshua Bessex)

NFL Week Six Match-Ups

Week 6 in the NFL continues this Sunday.

Key NFL Week 6 match-ups this weekend:

The Buffalo Bills (4-1) travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs (4-1)

The game is at 4:25 p.m. on Sunday.

The Baltimore Ravens (3-2) travel to New York to play the Giants (4-1)

The game is at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

The Dallas Cowboys (4-1) travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles (5-0)

The game is at 8:20 p.m. on Sunday.

The New York Jets (3-2) travel to Green Bay to play the Packers (3-2)

The game is at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Bills v. Chiefs

This season, Josh Allen and the Bills have been an offensive onslaught. On his goal line last week, Allen threw a 98-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Gabe Davis who is now healthy and could pose a problem for the Chiefs. Davis is coming off three receptions for 171 yards against the Steelers.

Last week against the Steelers, Allen went 20-31 in completions and had 424 yards with four touchdowns and one interception. Allen has four interceptions in five games, twice as many as Patrick Mahomes.

The Chiefs and Mahomes are coming off a nail-biting win against the Las Vegas Raiders (30-29). Last week, Mahomes went 29-33 in completions, had 292 yards and four touchdowns.

Ravens v. Giants

The Giants are coming off a close win against the Packers last week (27-22). Daniel Jones went 21-27 in completions and had 217 yards. Saquon Barkley has 533 yards on 93 rushing attempts so far, breaking back into the NFL from injury.

The Ravens are matching up against former defensive coordinator Wink Martindale, who is now part of the Giants organization.

Last week, Lamar Jackson went 19-32 in completions with 174 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He has five interceptions in five games.

Jackson has almost three times the amount rushing yards (374) as running back Justice Hill (125).

Cowboys v. Eagles

The Eagles are the only team in the NFL still undefeated, led by Jalen Hurts. Hurts is averaging over 200 yards a game and has two games with over 330 yards. But four of the Eagles’ starting offensive linemen are on the injury list.

The Eagles are scoring over 20 points in every game this season, excelling in both the passing and rushing game with running back Miles Sanders who has 414 yards on 87 rushing attempts.

In the passing game, Hurts has three major targets: wide receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith and tight end Dallas Goedert. These three have 1,124 yards on 112 targets combined, making up 82.7 % of the team’s receiving yards.

The Cowboys have returned from a Week 1 loss: four straight wins and new backup quarterback, Cooper Rush. Rush is 5-0 in his career as an NFL starter. The Cowboys’ defense has been stifling this season, holding all their opponents to less than 20 points.

Jets v. Packers

The Packers’ offense halts with Aaron Rodgers still struggling to find someone to trust on the field.

The Packers are coming off a (27-22) loss to the Giants. Rodgers went 25-39 in completions with 222 yards and two touchdowns. The offense is controlled by Rodgers and Green Bay’s rushing game, where it has two elusive running backs. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon have 390 and 245 rushing yards.

These last two weeks, the Jets have had new quarterback Zach Wilson take over, leading to two wins. Wilson went 14-21 in completions with 210 yards in a 40-17 win against the Dolphins last week.

About Marshall Tempest

I am a student at the University of Florida majoring in sports journalism with a certificate in sports management. I am 22 years old, from Orlando Florida and plan to graduate in the fall of 2023.

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